|The Bike Show from Resonance FM: Cycling Troubadours|
Last of the current season featuring an extended interview with Jimmy and Triin aka Too Dumb To Die, cycling jazz troubadours, back from a year and a half touring South East Asia with the cyclowns. The show also features the Sustrans Connect2 project to build a cycle-friendly bridge across the railway in north Bayswater.
Keywords: bicycle; bike; cyclown; sustrans; connect2; westminster
|The Bike Show from Resonance FM: New Year's Cycling Resolutions|
Jack Thurston and Amy Cooper discuss new years resolutions for cyclists. Also featuring a look at the Sustrans Connect2 'rails to trails' project in South Bermondsey with Barry Mason of Southwark Cyclists.
Keywords: london; resonance; cycling; bicycle; bike; bermondsey; sustrans
|The Bike Show from Resonance FM: London to Bristol (part two)|
In an extended podcast edition of this week's show, the journey from London to Bristol continues along the Ridgeway (pictured, left) to Avebury, one of the largest prehistoric stone circles in Europe. After a night by Lacock Abbey the route follows the Avon to Bath and the old railway track to Bristol. Featuring David Evans of the Highway Cycling Group, wild swimming author Daniel Start, Bristolian cyclists Mike McBeth and Matthew Symonds and Peter Lipman, Policy Director at Sustrans...
Keywords: london; bristol; bicycle; touring; travel; cycle touring; england; sustrans; avebury
|The Bike Show (3 May 2010): Berlin, Bikes & Art and the Dunwich Dynamo|
Can London ever be as good a cycling city as Berlin? Helen Pidd of the Guardian and Matt Tempest give their views. Artist Mila Lipowicz talks about how she's recreated the feeling of riding a bike around East London. Katy Hallett of Sustrans on commissioning public art for the National Cycle Network. Plus a look ahead to the Dunwich Dynamo this coming July.
Keywords: london; resonance; bicycle; bike; berlin; dunwich dynamo; sustrans; art
|The Bike Show from Resonance FM: Childhood Daze|
A youthful feel to this season opener with a visit to Lockleaze Primary School in Bristol, one of an number of Sustrans âBike Itâ schools acros the country. Plus childhood memories from Paul Fournel, reading from Need for the Bike in person at the Calder Bookshop. We get the inside scoop on the much-awaited Sturmey Archer S3X, three speed fixed gear hub, from SAâs General Manager Alan Clarke.
Keywords: bicycle; cycling; london; resonance; the bike show; sturmey archer; sustrans; paul fournel